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Jamie Bissonnette: Great Chefs of Boston Series
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An early bloomer in the kitchen, Chef Jamie Bissonnette gravitated towards The Discovery Channel's cooking shows instead of cartoons. By the age of nineteen he had already earned his Culinary Arts degree from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. His early twenties were spent eating and working in Paris, San Francisco, New York and Phoenix. On the local Boston scene he's headed up the kitchen at Peking Tom's, Pigalle, Tremont 647 and Eastern Standard.
In 2007 he was recruited for the steakhouse KO Prime, winning praise for his modern take on this classic fare. In the fall of 2008, Bissonnette joined Ken Oringer as executive chef and partner of the acclaimed tapas restaurant Toro in Boston's South End and then together in late 2009 they opened the innovative Italian enoteca Coppa.
In 2011, Jamie Bissonnette appeared on and won the Food Network's hit television cooking show, Chopped.
As chef and owner of Coppa and Toro in Boston, Bissonnette continues to helm the kitchens of both award-winning restaurants, and can be found at either (and often both) nightly overseeing his menus of innovative small plates and nose to tail cooking.
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